Vaughan, Ontario — If you’ve been keen to get a closer look at what Titanium Tools and Equipment has to offer, today might be your chance. The team is currently holding an open house—and this is your invite.
Matthew Bannister, owner of Titanium Tools and Equipment, and the rest of his team are welcoming the industry to their location in Maple, Ontario, for an open house sponsored by Pro Spot International, on Wednesday, May 4 and Thursday, May 5, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Located at 10557 Keele St., Unit 10 in Maple, Ont., Titanium offers a comprehensive supply of automotive repair tools and equipment from its partners Celette, Wielander and Schill, Dent Fix, Induction Innovations and more. The company also carries the Miracle system for panel repair on steel and aluminum; miracle glue; the Airpower push-pull ram, flexible paint stands and more.
Pro Spot’s Art Ewing and Russell Duncan will be on-site at Titanium’s open house to show several pieces of equipment, including:
- i4s Smart Spot Welder
- Dust-Free Sanding System
- Windshield Repair Kit
- PR-5 Riveting Gun
- Riveting and Bonding Station
- Ion Spot Gun
Bannister is also demonstrating Titanium’s comprehensive website, where customers can easily order parts, materials and more with the potential to receive the items the very same day. Further, www.titanium22.ca can show customers exactly how many units the company has in stock; provides delivery estimates and even provides PDFs of equipment components—with part numbers.
“The way we’ve designed the website makes it ultra-simple to replace components. Say a technician needs a bit for their welder, but they’re not sure of the specifications. The technician or person with purchasing authority can go into our website, pull up the welding system and its list of parts to find the required part number.”
Bannister, who touts a more than 30-year connection to the collision repair industry, says Titanium does all it can to put its customers first.
“In the collision repair industry, we’re all in an emergency business. At Titanium, we do everything we can to stop the needless emergencies,” Bannister told Collision Repair.
“See, when you purchase a piece of equipment from Titanium, we include these easy-access QR codes,” explained Bannister. “If anything ever goes wrong, you can easily scan to either troubleshoot the problem or request service from Titanium.
“In the event service is required, we also provide our facilities loaner machines as quickly as possible. They’re up and running again, fixing cars and avoiding extended downtime.”
For more information on Titanium Tools and Equipment’s offerings, visit the company’s open house on May 4 or May 5 between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m., or visit www.titanium22.ca